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The landing of a flight from New York was so tough that it damaged the fuselage of the aircraft. VIDEO

The JFK flight from New York to Ponta Delgada in the Azores made such a hard landing that the fuselage of the aircraft was damaged.

Фото: Depositphotos

A hard landing is usually quite common. But the landing of a flight from New York to the Azores, Portugal, was so rigid that it led to structural damage to the aircraft.

As a result, the airline canceled the return flight from Ponta Delgada to New York.

The next day, Delta planned two flights from Ponta Delgada to New York. Each passenger is entitled to cash compensation of EUR 600 in accordance with EU261.

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The number of gaps throughout the fuselage and even the wings is shocking.

Photo: Twitter screenshot

Details of the incident are still unavailable.

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